Celebrations in honor of the 2 Congress of the Comintern. (1920 - 1921)

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Scene №1 Celebrations in honor of the 2 Congress of the Comintern

Pointer with the inscription "Paris" on one of streets of Moscow in July 1920.

Propaganda car with a banner in honor of the delegates to the 2 Congress of the Comintern in one of the streets of Moscow.

Part of the campaign tram, decorated with slogans in honor of the 2 Congress of the Comintern in the Holy area.

Chart the number of foreign Communist parties in the German language on Board one of the trams.

Red output lines balloon to lift it over red square during a military parade on 27 July 1920 in honor of the 2 Congress of the Comintern.

The balloon on the red square in front of the lift.

Spectators watch the balloon, sitting and standing on the branches of trees.

The balloon rises over red square.

Face Of AV Lunacharsky

Worker monitors the operation of the balloon.

The viewer on the tree.

Spectators watch the rise of the balloon from the roof of the Kazan Cathedral and the branches of the tree.

The clock on the Spasskaya tower.

Panorama of the Central part of Moscow and the red square (above).

The view of red square with parade for troops built (above).

Troops lined up for the parade.

2 delegates Congress of the Comintern welcomed the passing by red square troops.

Representatives of the foreign diplomatic corps on the guest platform on 17 June 1921 during the parade in honor of the 3 Congress of the Comintern.

Plaque with the inscription "Foreign diplomatic corps".

3 delegates Congress of the Comintern on the guest platform.

Horse artillery division of the leaves on Red square.

On red square are soldiers of vsevobuch.


Lunacharskij Anatolij Vasiljevich -- revolutionary and statesman


07.1920 27.07.1920 17.06.1921





Holidays; International cooperation; International organizations; Political figures; Parade on Red Square